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Want to set up a WordPress-powered site using a shared hosting service? This course is for you. Shared hosts are the least expensive and most popular option for setting up your own domain, and while not all shared hosts work the same way, the principles and techniques covered in the course are universal. Follow along with author Morten Rand-Hendriksen as he shows how to configure the server, make the necessary connections, and start WordPress running on your own domain for the very first time.
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(Music) Hi, I'm Morten Rand-Hendriksen, and welcome to Installing and Running WordPress: Shared Hosting. This course will give you the tools and knowledge you need to get WordPress set up, configured, and working on a standard shared hosting service. While the shared hosting provider you are working with might not match to one I'm working with exactly. The principles and practices demonstrated in this course are universal and will work on all shared hosting providers.
WordPress puts the power of Web publishing right at your fingertips and it all starts with installing and running WordPress. So let's get cracking with installing and running WordPress Shared Hosting.
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